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Old   July 2, 2018, 15:03
Default Phase change material within porous medium
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I am working on geothermal application where I have phase change material (say water-ice) within porous medium (sand). I am just new to ANSYS, so I want to know if at least there is a straightforward way to model it in ANSYS. I've looked at COMSOL tutorials but non seems to match my model. Please help me with tutorials or models that I can follow to build my first model, or at least let me know that it is possible and not hard to do it so I can start learn how to do it myself.

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